Santa with Muscles (1996) (part 2 of 11)

Cut to Hulk in his own pink doo-rag as he lays down the rules with the captain of the other team, a guy in a blue doo-rag. They agree on the rules, then Hulk immediately shoots the other captain with a pink paintball. He laughingly says, “Never trust the enemy, Captain!”

Santa with Muscles (1996) (part 2 of 11)

One of the early rejected looks for “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan.

The captain of the other team screams and yells as Hulk runs to his Hummer and peels off. The guys with blue doo-rags then get in their own vehicles and chase Hulk down the street. So, wait, is this some new form of paintball that’s played on city streets? Interesting.

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Multi-Part Article: Santa with Muscles (1996)

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  • The Glorious S.O.B.

    I’d have 2nd thoughts about placing a radar gun near my crotch. It brought 2 mind some forgotten ads of the forgotten AltaVista of a female speeder using AltaVista to her advantage to 2 cops except the 3rd cop, who AltaVistaed (not Googled) & ticketed her pre-accident ass. I think the AltaVista ads appeared around the time of this movie.

  • The Glorious S.O.B.

    Good thing redemption has come for Mila & Garrett. Mila Kunis is 1 of the hottest, sexiest young actresses today. & Morris is in the cast of “2 Broke Girls.”

  • Craig Lister

    Hulk Hogan was already champion for a year when the first Wrestlemania happened. Also, the attendance wasn’t even 20,000. Nowhere near the 70,000+ who saw Led Zeppelin at the Pontiac Silverdome in the 70s (Althought that location hosted Wrestlemania III which reportedly broke the record at 93, 173 (although the authenticity of that number is in dispute.)

    • Craig Lister

      Oh Lord, the inaccurate information continues. Hulk Hogan didn’t return to the WWF until 2002, and while he did win his sixth heavyweight championship it wasn’t at Wrestlemania (there isn’t any such thing as a Wrestlemania championship), in fact he lost his match at that year’s Wrestlemania to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.